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Electric Lady Sessions (Vinyl) (2LP)

Electric Lady Sessions (Vinyl) (2LP)

by LCD Soundsystem
$54.99

LCD Soundystem release their Electric Lady Sessions album, comprised of both new and old tracks as well as three covers. The whole album was recorded at Electric Lady Studios in NYC in January of last year amidst their tour behind their comeback album, 2017’s American Dream, their first studio album in 8 years.

The Electric Lady Sessions features covers of Chic’s “I Want Your Love”, and the Heaven 17 song “(We Don’t Need This) Fascist Groove Thang” in addition to the band’s take on “Seconds” by the Human League.


TRACKLISTING:

Side Split TBC

  1. Seconds
  2. american dream
  3. you wanted a hit
  4. get innocuous
  5. call the police
  6. i used to
  7. Tonite
  8. Home
  9. i want your love
  10. emotional haircut
  11. oh baby
  12. (we don’t need this) fascist groove thang
Contino Sessions (Red Vinyl) (2LP)

Contino Sessions (Red Vinyl) (2LP)

by Death In Vegas
$54.99

The album which was named after the studio where Death in Vegas recorded most of their work is the crown on their career. It's an album full of surprises from one of the most interesting electronica groups to come out of the '90s. The production and arrangements from the duo Richard Fearless/Tim Holmes are combined with the greatness by guitarist Ian Button and bassist Mat Flint. It's a fine combination of their electronica sounds and the more rocking music. The vocal guest appearances by Iggy Pop, Jim Reid of the Jesus & Mary Chain, Bobby Gillespie of Primal Scream, and Dot Allison are incredible and they're pushing this record to a higher level. This album's beauty lies in the complexity of the emotions it exhibits.

TRACKLISTING

LP1

SIDE A

1. Dirge

2. Soul Auctioneer

SIDE B

1. Death Threat

2. Flying

 

LP2

SIDE C

1. Aisha

2. Lever Street

3. Aladdin's Story

SIDE D

1. Broken Little Sister

2. Neptune City

MINISTRY OF SOUND: 
RUNNING TRAX SUMMER 2019

One of Ministry Of Sound’s most established and successful brands is the RUNNING TRAX series. Created at the turn of the decade, it quickly became the go-to music series for gyms around the country. With sales figures of the last RUNNING TRAX (2017) reaching ARIA-certified Platinum status, this makes the series the strongest brand within the Ministry Of Sound Australia stables. And now it’s back – FRESH for Summer 2019! Whether you WALK, JOG or RUN, Running Trax Summer 2019 is perfect for a workout at the pace you choose. Featuring the very latest chart smashers and upfront club tracks over a continuously mixed 3CD set.

3 CD FOLD OUT DIGIPAK – HI-GLOSS PACKAGING FINISH – CONTINOUSLY MIXED

 

TRACKLISTING: CD1 - JOG

Loud Luxury feat. Brando – Body (Dzeko Remix)

Calvin Harris feat. Sam Smith – Promises (David Guetta Remix)

Oliver Heldens feat. Shungudzo – Fire In My Soul

The Potbelleez – Go For Gold

Dynoro & Gigi D’Agostino – In My Mind

Acaddamy – Temperature Rising

Wildfire & Sophiegrophy – Now Wait

CliQ feat. Wiley, Alika & Double S – Wavey

Paces feat. Emmalyn & Jeida Woods – Technique (Torren Foot Remix)

Duke Dumont – Runway

MED33P – This Jam

Simon Kidzoo – Too Damn Low

Go Freek – Love Is The Weapon (Cut Snake’s Love Weapon Remix)

Au/Ra – Panic Room (eSQUIRE Remix)

Damon Hess feat. Chantè Sinclair - Need To Feel Loved

George Kwali feat. Gabrielle Aplin – Dream Enough

KC Lights feat. Nicole Dash Jones – Change The World

Sigala & Ella Eyre & Meaghan Trainor feat. French Montana – Just Got Paid (M-22 Remix)

Don Diablo & Alex Clare – Heaven To Me

Remady & Manu-L vs I.GOT.U – Heaven

Little Mix – Only You (Wideboys Remix)

TRACKLISTING: CD2 - WALK

Kid Enigma x Riton – Dangerous

Kelis x Freejak – My Milkshake

Silk City & Dua Lipa – Electricity (The Black Madonna Remix)

LSD feat. Sia, Diplo & Labrinth – Thunderclouds (MK Remix)

RÜFÜS DU SOL – Underwater (Club Edit)

JYYE – Fooling Me

Sigma – Anywhere

Clean Bandit feat. Demi Lovato – Solo (Wideboys Remix)

FUTURECLUB feat. Pepper Rose – Next Dollar (Alex Rose Remix)

B Young – 079ME (Alexape Remix)

Julie McDermott – Don’t Go (Smokin’ Jack Hill Remix)

Crush Club feat. Supermini – We Dance (Supermini Remix)

OTOSAN & Shaun Warner feat. PT – Do You Feel It

Happiness Is Wealth – Move

Just Kiddin – Hysteria

R3HAB & TH!RDLIFE – Wrong Move (Illyus & Barrientos Remix)

K & K – Mrs Patterson

MK & Jonas Blue x Becky Hill – Back & Forth (Franky Rizardo Remix)

Sons of Zion – Drift Away (OTOSAN Remix)

Flight Facilities feat. Dustin Tebbutt – All Your Love (Morgan Page Remix)

Elk Road & JES - Ghost

TRACKLISTING: CD3 - RUN

Martin Garrix & Blinders – Breach (Walk Alone)

Jonas Blue x Jack & Jack – Rise (Retrovision Remix)

Armin van Buuren – Blah Blah Blah (TRU Concept Remix)

Riky Lld & Giulio Chiaramonti – Cruel World

Shift K3Y feat. A*M*E – Entirety (Galantis Remix)

Lifelike & Kris Menace – Discopolis 2.0 (Sander van Doorn Remix)

Deadmau5 feat. Rob Swire – Monophobia (Rinzen Remix)

Gorgon City & JP Cooper – One Last Song (Eli Brown Remix)

GW Harrison – Jammin’

Sonny Fodera & Flash 89 – The System

Wheats – Kassia

Dave Winnel – Acid Trippin’

Carmada feat. tribes. – Ready For It (Holy Goof Remix)

Faux – No Mercy

Tiësto – WOW

Two Can – Got Habits (Leon Lour Remix)

Arty – Tim

Ferry Corsten & Saad Ayub – Synchronicity

Eon – Knocker

Press Play – Like This

Sean Finn x Guru Josh – Infinity 2018 (Klaas Remix)

Body Bangers x DJ Muscleboy - #VIKINGCLAP

Equinoxe Infinity

Jean-Michel Jarre Equinoxe Infinity

$19.99

Equinoxe Infinity

by Jean-Michel Jarre
$19.99
"Equinoxe Infinity” is the long-awaited sequel to his landmark fourth album, “Equinoxe”. The first “Equinoxe” notably arrived forty years prior to the date on November 16, 1978 and since remained essential listening for music aficionados.

The idea behind this brand-new album is very much driven by humanity using new technologies such as artificial intelligence and what will become of human mankind by doing so.

The legend just uncovered the album artwork created by Filip Hodas, which plays off the now-iconic image of the original.

“In days where vinyl is coming back big time, artwork deserves more attention,” JMJ says. “The cover of EQUINOXE has always been one of my favorites. Are these strange creatures watching us? Watching space? Watching machines? Watching a natural phenomenon? We don’t really know. They’re not scary, but odd and mysterious. So, I took the original ‘Watchmen’ of the EQUINOXE cover to continue the story.

TRACKLISTING

1. The Watchers (movement 1)

2. Flying Totems (movement 2)

3. Robots don’t Cry (movement 3)

4. All you leave behind (movement 4)

5. If the wind could speak (movement 5)

6. Infinity (movement 6)

7. Machines are learning (movement 7)

8. The opening (movement 8)

9. Don’t look back (movement 9)

10. Equinoxe Infinity (movement 10)

 

GRACELAND – THE REMIXES (2LP)

GRACELAND – THE REMIXES (2LP)

by Paul Simon
$54.99

Acclaimed as one of the most iconic records in rock and roll history, Paul Simon’s GRAMMY-winning 1986 album GRACELAND has received a special 2018 reworking with the likes of MK, Richy Ahmed, Paul Oakenfold, and Groove Armada all spinning their own unique interpretations across the release. Significantly, this is the first time a classic album has been reimagined in its complete entirety.

 

The project, consisting of 12 remixes from a range of artists representing a wide array of styles from Deep House, Afro House, DnB, Tech House, and many more, was overseen by producer and project curator Michael Gaiman, AKA The Duke of New York.

 

Having sold over 16 million copies worldwide, GRACELAND became a legendary production with Paul Simon sampling diverse sounds and World Music styles, creating an eclectic mixture of pop, rock, African Zulu isicathamiya, and mbaqanga dance styles.

 

A celebration of GRACELAND’S impact on world music, the release marks 32 years since the album introduced a diverse cast of musicians, including the bold use of native South African performers at a time when the Western world had boycotted them due to the apartheid that threatened to tear the country apart. Exposing audiences to the notion of “world music” from diverse corners of the globe, this cultural exchange eventually created a through-line to contemporary electronic music, the cornerstones of which involve capturing and sampling other instruments, field sounds and recordings to create bold, alternative compositions.


“To say it was an honour to mix one of Paul Simon’s tracks is an understatement,” said Richy Ahmed, referring to his thunderous remix of ‘The Boy In The Bubble’. “It is one of my favourite tracks ever.”

 

“What do you say when someone asks you to remix a classic? Well normally, No!” laughs Andy of Groove Armada. “It’s a rule we’ve managed to follow for 20 years. Until we got a call about remixing a track from GRACELAND. Here was an album…which had opened our ears to a new world of sound. We decided to break the rule because we could choose a tune. In [“You Can Call Me Al”] was a horn riff which we’d been dropping in our sets ever since we tried it at Fais Do-Do’s Ballroom in LA back in 1998 and it created an electric moment of dancefloor unity. So the remix wrote itself and our ace-in-the-pack Horn Drop is now public property.”

GRACELAND – THE REMIXES (CD)

GRACELAND – THE REMIXES (CD)

by Paul Simon
$19.99

Acclaimed as one of the most iconic records in rock and roll history, Paul Simon’s GRAMMY-winning 1986 album GRACELAND has received a special 2018 reworking with the likes of MK, Richy Ahmed, Paul Oakenfold, and Groove Armada all spinning their own unique interpretations across the release. Significantly, this is the first time a classic album has been reimagined in its complete entirety.

The project, consisting of 12 remixes from a range of artists representing a wide array of styles from Deep House, Afro House, DnB, Tech House, and many more, was overseen by producer and project curator Michael Gaiman, AKA The Duke of New York.

Having sold over 16 million copies worldwide, GRACELAND became a legendary production with Paul Simon sampling diverse sounds and World Music styles, creating an eclectic mixture of pop, rock, African Zulu isicathamiya, and mbaqanga dance styles.

A celebration of GRACELAND’S impact on world music, the release marks 32 years since the album introduced a diverse cast of musicians, including the bold use of native South African performers at a time when the Western world had boycotted them due to the apartheid that threatened to tear the country apart. Exposing audiences to the notion of “world music” from diverse corners of the globe, this cultural exchange eventually created a through-line to contemporary electronic music, the cornerstones of which involve capturing and sampling other instruments, field sounds and recordings to create bold, alternative compositions.

 

“To say it was an honour to mix one of Paul Simon’s tracks is an understatement,” said Richy Ahmed, referring to his thunderous remix of ‘The Boy In The Bubble’. “It is one of my favourite tracks ever.”

“What do you say when someone asks you to remix a classic? Well normally, No!” laughs Andy of Groove Armada. “It’s a rule we’ve managed to follow for 20 years. Until we got a call about remixing a track from GRACELAND. Here was an album…which had opened our ears to a new world of sound. We decided to break the rule because we could choose a tune. In [“You Can Call Me Al”] was a horn riff which we’d been dropping in our sets ever since we tried it at Fais Do-Do’s Ballroom in LA back in 1998 and it created an electric moment of dancefloor unity. So the remix wrote itself and our ace-in-the-pack Horn Drop is now public property.”


TRACKLISTING

1. Out There

2. Memories Are Made Of

3. Lonely One

4. Beer Can

5. Hurricane

6. One Number Away

7. Don't Tempt Me

8. When It Rains It Pours

9. This One's for You

10. Be Careful What You Wish For

11. I Got Away with You

12. Honky Tonk Highway

13. Houston, We Got a Problem *

14. Must've Never Met You *

15. Beautiful Crazy *

16. A Long Way *

17. She Got the Best of Me *

 

* Previously Unreleased tracks.

 

The Voidz Virtue Vinyl 2LP

The Voidz Virtue (Vinyl) (2LP)

$54.95

Virtue (Vinyl) (2LP)

by The Voidz
$54.95


The Voidz (formerly Julian Casablancas+The Voidz), will release their forthcoming album VIRTUE on March 30, 2018, via Cult Records, RCA Records and Sony Music Entertainment Australia.  The record will mark itself as the first new album in nearly four years from The Voidz, creating much anticipation with audiences around the globe.

The fifteen tracks on VIRTUE herald the return of a reinvigorated Voidz, and contain group’s most indelible work to date. Recorded in Los Angeles and produced by Grammy-winner Shawn Everett (Alabama Shakes, The War On Drugs), the album shapeshifts into bold and exciting new forms from one song to the next. 

“Our goal was to make a record that a wider audience would enjoy as much as we enjoyed the first album TYRANNY,” says Casablancas.  "Still a swirl of different styles, but I think this might the most eclectic record I've ever been a part of.  There's a song on there for everyone”. The Voidz’ 2014 album TYRANNY was called “(Casablancas’) most adventurous work yet” by NPR, and “the gnarliest work of his career” by Stereogum, with Rolling Stone hailing The Voidz as “a shredding art-punk squad”.

 TRACKLISTLISTING:

LP1 Side A

  1. ‘Leave It In My Dreams’
  2. ‘QYURRYUS’
  3. ‘Pyramid of Bones’
  4. ‘Permanent High School’

 LP1 Side B

  1. ‘ALieNNatioN’
  2. ‘One of the Ones’
  3. ‘All Wordz Are Made Up’
  4. ‘Horse To Water’

 LP2 Side A

  1. ‘Wink’
  2. ‘My Friend The Walls’
  3. ‘Pink Ocean’
  4. ‘Black Hole’

 LP2 Side B

  1. ‘Lazy Boy’
  2. ‘We’re Where We Were’
  3. ‘Pointlessness’
The Mountain Has Fallen (Vinyl)

The Mountain Has Fallen (Vinyl)

by DJ Shadow
$39.95
DJ Shadow has released a surprise EP called ‘The Mountain Has Fallen’ via Mass Appeal Records and is available now through Sony Music Entertainment Australia.  The EP features collaborations with Nas, Danny Brown, Academy Award-winning composer Steven Price and a brand new solo composition

Following on from his impressive sold out tour of Australia in May, where he appeared in Sydney at The Avalanches Block Party set to the stunning backdrop of Sydney Harbour, DJ Shadow toured the US and Canada in July and August..

‘Horror Show’ finds Shadow and Danny Brown collaborating for the first time over a jagged, haunting soundscape. The song made its radio premiere on Shade 45’s Sway In The Morning in July.

‘The Mountain Has Fallen’ starts with ‘Systematic’, DJ Shadow and Nas’ first-ever collaboration together. The song debuted during the season premiere of HBO’s Silicon Valley in April.  Also featured on the EP is a brand new composition, ‘Good News’, reminiscent of some of Shadow’s more free-form, fractured work found on 2016’s THE MOUNTAIN WILL FALL full-length. 
 The EP closes with ‘Corridors’, a piece featuring Academy Award-winning composer Steven Price (Baby Driver / Gravity / Suicide Squad).  Shadow is a massive fan of his work, and Price wrote and programmed the string parts on the song. 

 

SIDE A
Systematic (feat. Nas)
Horror Show (feat. Danny Brown)

SIDE B
Good News
Corridors (feat. Steven Price)
Daddy Cool? Daddy Who? (Vinyl)

Daddy Cool? Daddy Who? (Vinyl)

by Daddy Cool
$34.95

Daddy Who?... Daddy Cool was the debut album by Australian rock band Daddy Cool.

Released in July, 1971 it was the first on Robie Porter's Sparmac label.

It was the first Australian album to make #1 nationally[ and stayed at #1 for seven weeks, it smashed all previous sales records - gold within a month - an unprecedented 60,000 copies sold in its initial release, and went on to become the first Australian LP to sell more than 100,000 copies.

Two singles were lifted from the album: "Eagle Rock" #1 on the Australian national singles chart and "Come Back Again" which reached #3.Again" which reached #3.

 

LP1
SIDE A
1.Daddy Cool
2.School Days
3. Come Back Again
4. At The Rockhouse
5. Guided Missiles
6. Good Rockin’ Daddy
7. Eagle Rock

SIDE B
2 Zoop Bop Gold Cadillac
3 .Blind Date
4. Bom Bom
5 .Cherry Pie
6. Flip
7. Lollipop
8. Just as Long as we’re Together
9. Come Back Again (Single Edit)
OUTRESPECTIVE (Vinyl) (2LP)

OUTRESPECTIVE (Vinyl) (2LP)

by Faithless
$49.99
Outrospective is the third album by Faithless, originally released on the 18th June 2001. It was the follow up to "Sunday 8pm" and the predecessor to "No Roots", with this album being their biggest selling album in the UK. Pressed onto double LP, 180gram black vinyl.
LP1
SIDE A
1. Donny X
2. Not Enuff Love - Faithless / The Family Dogg & Steve Rowland
3. We Come 1

SIDE B
1. Crazy English Summer
2. Muhammad Ali - Faithless / Archie Bell & The Drells
3. Machines R Us

LP2
SIDE C
 1. One Step Too Far - Faithless feat. Dido
  2. Tarantula

SIDE D
 1. Giving Myself Away
  2. Code
  3. Evergreen
  4. Liontamer
SUNDAY 8PM (Vinyl) (2LP)

SUNDAY 8PM (Vinyl) (2LP)

by Faithless
$49.99
Sunday 8PM is Faithless' second album, originally released on the 28th September 1998. The album contains hit singles "Bring My Family Back", "Take the Long Way Home" and "God is a DJ". This album reached the number 10 position in the UK charts, pressed onto double LP 180gram black vinyl.
LP1
SIDE A
The Garden
Bring My Family Back
Hour of Need

SIDE B
Postcards
Take the Long Way Home
Why Go?

LP2
SIDE C
She's My Baby
God Is a DJ
Hem of His Garment - Faithless feat. Dido

SIDE D
Sunday 8pm
Killer's Lullaby